Goalkeeper, Rob Beckwith, started his footballing career at Kenilworth Road with Luton Town.|
He made his debut for the Hatters on 19th April 2003 against Bristol City in a 2-2 stalemate. His career with Luton spanned over five years, where he made 17 appearances in the Football League.
In March 2006, Beckwith joined Chesterfield on loan where he made a further two appearances.
Whilst playing in the Second Division with Luton, Rob caught the attention of Arsenal scouts. The Gunners attempted to sign the young-stopper in 2003, but the signing faultered due to injury problems.
Following his release from Luton, Beckwith joined Hitchin Town before moving the short distance to Barnet in August 2007 after he impressed whilst on trial.
He made his debut on New Years Day 2008, keeping a clean sheet in the 0-0 away draw at Wycombe.
After being made available for loan, Beckwith made a total of 14 appearances for the Bees, before handing in his resignation in January 2009 claiming "I've just not got the heart for it anymore. I don't see the point in going through the motions, I don't enjoy it."
Beckwith returned to football less than a month later joining Grays Athletic on 7th February.
Details correct as of 3rd April 2009